Marsanne has its origins in the French Rhône Valley. Bright and intense with lifted floral, citrus and tropical fruits. A minerally edge and delightful acidity finish it all off and provide support for its long life ahead.
- VIC - Other Victorian
Winery Tasting Notes
Light straw in colour
The bouquet and palate of this unique, unwooded style, exhibit intense aromas of lemon, honey and peach.
The finish is long and fl avoursome balanced with crisp acidity.
Delicious with chicken, pasta and seafood dishes
Drink now or cellar for up to 5-7 years.
Marsanne, one of the world’s rarest grape varieties in the French Rhône Valley. It was first planted at Tahbilk during the late 1860s and although none of these vines have survived, the Estate produces Marsanne from plantings established in 1927, arguably the oldest in the world.